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FROM THE LIBRARY OF 
REV. LOUIS FITZGERALD BENSON, D. D. 

BEQUEATHED BY HIM TO 

THE LIBRARY OF 

PRINCETON THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY 



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(ENLARGED EDITION) 



The 
Mission Hymnal 

AS ADOPTED BY 

THE GENERAL CONVENTION 

AT CINCINNATI 

3Tn tfje gear of ©ur Eorb 1910 
WITH ADDITIONAL HYMNS AND CHANTS 

AS AUTHORIZED BY 

THE GENERAL CONVENTION 

AT NEW YORK 

3ln tfte gear of our llorb 1913 

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PUBLISHED BY 

THE BIGLOW & MAIN CO. 

MADISON TERMINAL BLDG. 305-209 WEST 19th ST. 

CHICAGO NEW YORK 




Copyright, 1914, by The General Clergy Relief Fund 



CERTIFICATE. 



It is hereby certified that this ENLARGED 
EDITION of THE MISSION HYMNAL having been 
prepared as authorized by The General Convention is 
permitted to be published accordingly- 

On behalf of the Commission empowered to 
superintend the publication of THE MISSION HYMNAL, 
JAMES H. DARLINGTON, 
GEORGE G. DALAND, 
WILLIAM V. KELLEN. 



THE ROYALTY FROM THE SALE OF THE MISSION HYMNAL 

is Paid to the 
GENERAL CLERGY RELIEF FUND 

of the 

PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL CHURCH 

as per Agreement with the Publisher 

THE BIGLOW & MAIN CO., NEW YORK and CHICAGO. 



NOTICE 
Many of the pieces in this Collection, both words and music, are copyright in the United 
States, Great Britain and Provinces, under the provisions of the International Copyright 
Law, and must not be reprinted or published for any purpose whatever, without the written 
permission of the owners thereof. 

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The 
Mission Hymnal 



1 Praise God From Whom all Blessings Flow. 



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(Old Hundredth.) 



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Shine through the gloom, and point me to the skies: 
Heaven's morning breaks, and earth's vain shadows flee: 
In life, in death. O Lord, abide ^with n>o. 



My Father, This I Ask of Thee. 



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Soon thou slialt dwell in its bright - ness, There with the Lord thou shalt be. 
Dwell in the depths of His mer - cy, Thou shalt re-ceive thy re - ward. 

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Face to face with my Re- deem - er, Je - sus Christ who loves me so. 




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And Now, O Father. 



W. Bright. 



(Unde Et Memores.) 



W. H. Monk 




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Holy Spirit, Faithful Guide. 



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Come, Thou Holy Spirit, Come 



Tr. E Caswall. 



(Veni Sancte Spiritus) 



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4. Heal our wounds ; our strength re • new: 



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Noth - ing good in deed or thought, Noth-ing free from taint of ill. 

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Give them Thy salvation, Lord; 

Give them joys that never end. 



28 Come, Thou t-uunic of Every Blessing. 



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Brightest and Best of the Sons, 



R. Heber. 



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31 Brightly Beams Our Father's Mercy, 



P. P. Bliss. 



(Lower Lights.) 



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8. Dark the night of sin has Bet-tied, Loud the an - gry bil-lows roar; 
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4 Upon the Cross of Jesus 

Mine eye at times can see 
The very dying form of One, 

Who suffered there for me; 
And from my smitten heart with tears, 

Two wonders I confess, — 
The wonders of His glorious love, 

And my own worthlessness. 



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Content to let the world go by, 

To know no gain nor loss, — 
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My glory all the Cross. 



33 O Love That Wilt Not Let Me Go. 



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(St Margaret.) 



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I Have Read of a Beautiful City. 



Rev. J. B. Atchinson. 



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The Church's One Foundation 



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(Aurelia.) 



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2. E • lect from ev • 'ry na - tion, Yet one o'er all the earth; 
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Jesus, I My Cross Have Taken. 



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When Morning Gilds the Skies. 



Tr. E. Caswall. 



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May Jesus Christ be praised! 



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The loveliest strain is this, 

May Jesus Christ be praised! 
Let earth, and sea, and sky 
From depth to height reply, 

May Jesus Christ be praised! 



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43 Thro' the Night of Doubt and Sorrow. 



Tr. S. Baring-Gould. 



(St. Asaph.) 



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3. One, the strain of lips of thousands Lift as from the heart of one; 

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Rescue the Perishing. 



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lie will for -give if they on - ly bo-lieve. 
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To-day Thy Mercy Calls Us. 



0. Allen. 



(Jesu Dilectissime ) 



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2. To - day Thy gate is o - pen, And all who en - ter in 

3. To - day our Fa - ther calls us, His ho - ly Spir - it waits; 



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52 My Hope is Built on Nothing Less 



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53 Souls of Men, why will ye Scatter? 



F. W. Faber. 



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2. It is God! His love looks might -y, But is might - ier than it seems: 

3. There is no place where earth's sorrows Are more felt than up in heav'n; 

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'Tis our Fa - ther and His fond-ness Goes far out be - yond our dreams. 
There is no place where earth's failings Have such kind - ly judgment giv'n. 
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There is wel - come for the sin - ner, And more grac - es for the good ; 

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Wa should take Him at His word; Than the measures of man's mind; 

And our lives would all be sunshine And the heart of the Eternal 

In the sweetness of our Lord. Is most wonderfully kind. 



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Sing Them Over Again to Me 



P. P. B. 



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3 But none of the ransomed ever knew 

How deep were the waters crossed ; 
Nor how dark was the night that the Lord 
passed through 

Ere He found His sh ep that was lost. 
Out in the desert He heard its cry — 
Sick and helpless, and ready to die. 

4 "Lord, whence are those blood-drops all 

the way 
That mark out the mountain's track?" 
•'They were shed for one who had gone astray 



Ere the Shepherd could bring him back." 
"Lord whence are Thy hands so rent and 

torn? " 
"They are pierced to-night by many a 

thorn." 

5 But all thro' the mountains, thunder-riven, 
And up from the rocky steep, 
There arose a glad cry to the gate of heaven, 
"Rejoice! I have found my sheep!" 
And the angels echoed around the throne, 

"Rejoice, for the Lord brings back His ownf 



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2. Deep - er, deep-er, grow the 

3. Lone - ly seems the vale of 

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6 Tarry with me, my Saviour! 
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Till the morning; then awake mel 
Morning of eternal rest. 



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While it needs thee; oh, no Ion - ger Pray thou for thy quick re -lease I .1 -men. 




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That thou !>»■ a faithful son; 

By I he prayer of J< ather, 

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Go Forward, Christian Soldier. 



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Where the walls are all of jas - per, Built by work- man - ship di - vine? — 

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Take Time to be Holy. 



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Here's pardon, comfort, rest, and home, 
Ye wanderers from a Father's face, 
Return, accept His proffered grace, 
Ye tempted ones, there's refuge nigh, 
«' J*sus of Nazareth casseth bv." 



6 But if you still this call refuse, 
And all His wondrous love abuse, 
Soon will He sadly from you turn, 
Your bitter prayer for pardon spurn. 
"Too late! too "late!" will be the cry 
"Jesus of Nazareth has passed by," 



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Pre-cious drops, for par - don su - ing, Make and plead my peace with God. 
While I see di-vine com-pas- sion Plead-ing in His dy-ing eye. 
Lov - ing much, and much for-giv-en, Let my heart o'er -flow with praise. A -men. 

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6 For Thy sorrows I adore Thee, 

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Gracious Saviour, I implore Thee, 
In my heart Thy love increase. 



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All the vain things that charm me most, I sac • ri - flee them to His blood. 
Did e'er such love and sor- row meet? Or thorns com -pose so rich a crown? 
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I hate the sins that made Thee mourn, And drove Thee from my breast 

Help me to tear it from Thy throne, And wor- ship on - ly Thee. 

So pur - er light shall mark the road That leads me to the Lamb, A • men. 

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Your loosened tongues employ; 
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Assist me to proclaim 
And spread thro' all the world abroad 
The honors of Thy Name. 



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What hath He at last? 
" Sorrow vanquished, labor ended, 
Jordan past." 



6 If I ask Him to receive me, 

Will He say me nay? 
" Not till earth, and not till heaven 
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7 Finding, following, keeping, struggling; 

Is He sure to bless? 
Saints, apostles, prophets, martyrs, 
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Jesus Calls Us; O'er the Tumult. 



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2. As of old, Saint An - drew heard it By the Gal - i - le - an 

3. Je - sus calls us from the wor - ship Of the vain world's gold-en 

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o- ver the world vie -to- rious, Power and glo - ry un - to the Lord bo- long; 



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2. We are sin- ful, cleanse us, Lord; Sick and faint, Thy strength af -ford; 

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4. Like the dew Thy peace dis - til; Guide, sub - due our way-ward will, 

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Faith, love, joy for ev - er - more. Com - fort - er 
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Earnest of the bliss on high, 
Seal of immortality, 
Comforter divine. 



6 With us, for us, intercede, 

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Our unutterable need, 
Comforter divine. 



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88 Approach, My Soul, the Mercy-seat. 



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5 wondrous love! to bleed and die, 
To bear the Cross and shame, 
That guilty sinners, such as I, 
Might plead Thy gracious Name. 



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Hark, My Soul ! It is the Lord. 



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Cease towards the child she bare? 



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Soon, soon to faithful warriors cometh rest; 
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5 Ashamed of Jesus! empty pride! 
I'll boast a Saviour crucified; 
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My Saviour not ashamed of me. 



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More Love to Thee, O Christ. 



Elizabeth Prentiss. 



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2. Once earth - ly joy I craved, Sought peace and rest; 

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96 From Every Stormy Wind that Blows. 



H. Stowell. 



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From ev - 'ry stormy wind that blows, From ev - 'ry swell-ing tide of woes, 
There is a place where Jesus sheds The oil of glad-ness on our heads, 
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A place than all beside more BWeei ; It is the blood-stained mer-cy • seat. 
Tho' sundered far, by faith they inert A- round one com-nion mer-cy - seat. 
And heav'n eomes down, our souls togreel And glory crowns the mercy -seat. 



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5 give Thine own sweet rest to me, 

That I may speak with soothing power 
A word in season, as from Thee, 
To weary ones in needful hour. 



6 O fill me with Thy fulness, Lord, 

Until my very heart o'erflow 
In kindling thought and glowing word, 
Thy love to tell, Thy praise to show. 

7 Ouse me, Lord, useeven me, 

Just as Thou wilt, and when, and where : 
Until Thy blesedd tace I 

Thy rest, Thy joy, Thy glory -liare. 



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I Will Sing You a Song. 



Mrs. Ellen H. Gates. 

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(Home of The Soul.) 



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Sight was gone, and fears pos-sessed me, But He freed me from them all. 

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2. Run the straight race thro' God's good grace, Lift up thine eyes, and seek His face, 

3. Cast care a- side, lean on thy Guide; His boundless iner - cy will pro -vide; 

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Trust, and thy trusting soul shall prove Christ is its life, and Christ it- love. 

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3. Vain the stone, the watch, the seal, Christ hath burst the gates of hell; 

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Gladly leaving all below 
Only Thou our Leader be, 
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3. Death it - self shall then be vanquished, And his sting shall be with-drawn; 

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J. Newton. 



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Ris'n with heal - ing in His wings, Light and life to all He brings, 

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-Mil oowet reet, for exile, home; 

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Now rest, my long - di • vid - ed heart, Fix'd on this bliss • ful cen - tre, rest; 
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My Soul, Be On Thy Guard, 



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2. Stand up, stand up, for Je - sus I The trump- et call o - bey! 

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O Jesus, I Have Promised. 



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142 All Praise to Thee, my God, This Night. 



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2. For-give me, Lord, for Thy dear Son, The ill that I this day have done; 

3. Teach me to live, that I may dread The grave as lit - tie as my bed; 



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That with the world, myself.and Thee, I, ere I sleep, at peace may be. 

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To serve my God when I awake. 

5 "When in the night I sleepless lie, 

My soul with hcav'niy thoughts supply; 
Let no ill dreams disturb my rest, 
Ko powers of darkness me molest. 



6 Oh, when shall I, in endless day, 
Forever chase dark sleep uway, 
And hymns divine with angels sing, 
All praise to Thee, eternal King ? 

7 Praise God, from Whom all blessings flow; 
Praise II im, all creatures here below; 
Praise Him above, angelic host; 
Praise Father, oon, and Holy Ghost. 



43 Oh Friend Divine, Who Left a Throne. 



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In Thee our childlike trust we place, 

And on Thy strength relying, 
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May we, dear Master, offer too 

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With faithfulness the work to do 

Which Thou to each art giving. 
Since Thou art with us all life's way, 

Our burdens ever sharing, 
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Thy Kingdom stand-, and grows forever, 
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145 My Heart is Resting, My God. 



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A calm assurance for to-day, 
That to be poor is best. 



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tell the love of Je - sus, You can say He died for all. If you can - not 
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6 They fear not life's rough storms to brave, 
Since Thou art near and strong to save, 
Nor shudder e'en at death's dark wave, 
Because they cling to Thee. 



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Thy presence thro' iny jour - ney shine, And crown my jour-ney's end. Amen. 




154 Sun of My Soul, Thou Saviour Dear. 



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Abide with me when night is nigh, For without Thee I dare not 
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5 Watch by the sick: enrich the poor 
With blessings from Thy boundless store: 
Be every mourner's sleep to-night, 
Likejnfant's slumbers, pure and light. 



6 Come near and bless us when we wake, 
Ere through the world our way we take, 
Till in the ocean of Thy love 
We lose ourselves in heaven above. 



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Saviour, More Than Life to Me. 



Fanny J. Crosby. 
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2. Thro' this changing world be- low, Lead me gen-tly, gen - tly as I go; 

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Trusting Thee, I can - not stray, I cannev-er, nev-er lose my way. 
Till my soul is lost in love, In a brighter, brighter world a-bove. 



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156 Saviour, When in Dust to Thee, 



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2. By Thy help - less in- fant years, By Tliy life of want and tears, 

3. By the sa - cred grief that wept O'er the grave where Laz-arus slept; 

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By Thine agony of prayer, 
By the cross, the nail, the thorn, 
Piercing spear, and torturing scorn 
By the gloom that veiled the skies 
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Listen to our humble cry, 
Hear our solemn litany l" 



By Thy deep expiring groan; 
By the sealed sepulchral stone; 
By the vault, whose dark abode 
Held in vain the rising God: 
Oh! from earth to heaven restored, 
Mighty, re-ascended Lord, 
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2. Christ, be - neath Thy cross we blame 

3. Ho - ly Spir - it, grieved and tried, 

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Into paths of sin have strayed, 
And repentance have delayed: 

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6 Sick, we come to Thee for cure, 
Guilty, seek Thy mercy sure, 
Evil, long to be made pure: 

We beseech Thee, hear us. 



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Bound, we pray to be made free, 
Stained, we pray for sanctity: 

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Yet There is Room. 



Horatius Bonar. 

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4 It fills, it fills that hall of jubilee] 

Make haste, make haste; 'tis not too full for thee: 
Room, room, still room! oh, enter, enter now! 

5 Yet there is room ! Still open stands the gate, 
The gate of love; it is not yet too late: 

Room, room, still room! oh, enter, enter nowl 

6 Pass in, pass in I That banquet is for thee; 
That cup of everlasting love is free: 

Room, room, still room! oh, enter, enter now! 

7 All heaven is there, all joy! Go in, go in; 
The angels beckon thee the prize to win: 

Room, room, still room! oh, enter, enter nowl 

8 Ere night that gate may close, and seal thy doom: 
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Angels descend with songs again, 
And earth repeat the loud Amen. 



160 Lord, Dismiss Us With Thy Blessing. 



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The Whole Wide World. 



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Even me, even me! 
Speak the word of power to me. 

5 Have I long in sin been sleeping ? 

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Has the world my heart been keeping? 
Oh, forgive and rescue me, 

Even me, even me! 
Oh, forgive and rescue me. 



6 Love of God, so pure and changeless; 

Blood of God, so rich and free; 
Grace of God, so strong and boundless, 
Magnify it all in me, 

Even me, even me! 
Magnify it all in me. 

7 Pass me not ! this lost one bringing, 

'Tis but one more, Lord, for Thee! 
All my heart to Thee is springing; 
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Blessing others, oh, bless me. 



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To Him shall prayer unceasing 

And daily vows ascend; 
His kingdom still increasing, 

A kingdom without end. 



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He on His throne shall real ; 
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All-blessing and all-blest: 
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Through life, in death, eternally, 
Thou art my All. 



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Now the Day is Over. 



Rev. S. Baring-Gould. 




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The Son of God, Christ Jesus. 



The Rt. Rev. F. S. Spalding, D.D. 



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Men's bodies and men's souls. 
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Which men and angels too, 
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The city of our Lord. 



189 There's a Friend for Little Children 



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To know Thee as their own. 



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Brightly Gleams Our Banner. 



Tho3. J. Potter. 



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Jesus, Tender Saviour. 



Anon. 



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Gentle Jesus, Meek and Mild. 



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Live Thyself within my heart. 

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Serve Thee all my happy days; 
Then the world shall always see 
Christ, the holy Child, in me. 



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Thou shalt my example be; 
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4 Let me, above all, fulfil 

God my Heavenly Father's will; 
Never His good Spirit grieve, 
Only to His erlory live. 



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We're Marching to Zion, 



Isaac Watts. 
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Brightly Shines the Easter Sun.— Concluded, 



Alleluia! 
Loud Alleluias bring 

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Hail to our risen King 
Exulting on His way. 

Cho. — The Holy Name, etc. 



5 Alleluia! 

Angels in heaven above, 

And men on earth below, 
Raise songs of praise and love 
And highest honors show. 
Cho— The Holy Name, etc. 



4 Alleluia! 

High on His Royal Seat 

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At His all-conquering feet 
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198 Saviour, Who Thy Flock art Feeding, 



Rev. W. A. Muhlenberg. 



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5 iTo-ly | Ho-ly | Holy : Lord | God of | Sab-a- | oth ; 

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7 The glorious company | of • the A- | postles : praise | | | Thee. 

8 The goodly /eZlowship | of the | Prophets : praise | | | Thee. 

9 The noble | army " of | Martyrs : praise | | | Thee. 

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18 Thou sittest at the right | hand of | God : in the | Glo ry of the Father. 

19 We believe that | Thou shalt | come : to | be — | our — | Judge. 

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4 That we should be saved | from our | enemies : and from the | hand of | all that | 

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5 To perform the mercy promised to | our fore- | fathers : and to re- | member • His | 

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7 That we being delivered out of the hand | of our | enemies : might serve | Him with-| 

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8 In holiness and righteous- | ness be- | fore Him : all the | days • — [of our | life. 

9 And thou Child, shalt be called the prophet | of the | Highest : for thou shalt go be- 

fore the face of the Lord | to pre- | pa*e His | ways: 

10 To give knowledge of saltation | unto • His | people : for the re- | mis-sion | of their | 

sins. 

11 Through the tender mercy | of our | God : whereby the day-spring from on J high hath | 

visit- • ed | us; 

12 To give light to them that sit in darkness * and in the | shadow • of | death : and to 

guide our feet | into • the | way of | peace. 
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2 For He | hath re- | garded : the lowW- | ness of | His hand- | maiden. 

3 For be- | hold from | henceforth : all gener- | ations • shall | call me | blessed. 

4 For He that is mighty hath | magni- ■ tied | me : and | ho-ly | is His | Name. 

5 And His mercy is on | them that f fear Him : through- | out all | gen-er- | ations. 

6 He hath showed strength | with His | arm : He hath scattered the proud in the ima#in- | 

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7 He hath put down the mighty | from their | seat : and hath ex- J alted • the | humble • 

and I meek. 

8 He hath filled the hungry with | good • — | things : and the rich He hath | sent • — j 

empty • a- | way. 

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forefathers * Abraham | ai>d His | seed for- | ever. 
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2 For mine eyes bare | seen ■ Thy | — sal- | va — | tion, 

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A General Confession. 

Almighty and most merciful Father ; We have erred, and strayed from 
thy ways like lost sheep. We have followed too much the devices and de- 
sires of our own hearts. We have offended against thy holy laws. We 
have left undone those things which we ought to have done ; And we have 
done those things which we ought not to have done ; And there is no health 
in us. But thou, O Lord, have mercy upon us, miserable offenders. Spare 
thou those, God, who confess their faults. Restore thou those who are 
penitent ; According to thy promises declared unto mankind in Christ Jesus 
our Lord. And grant, O most merciful Father, for his sake ; That we may 
hereafter live a godly, righteous, and sober life, To the glory of thy holy 
Name. Amen. 



The Lord's Prayer. 

Our Father, who art in heaven, Hallowed be thy Name. Thy kingdom 
come. Thy will be done on earth, As it is in heaven. Give us this day our 
daily bread. And forgive us our trespasses, As we forgive those who tres- 
pass against us. And lead us not into temptation ; But deliver us from evil : 
For thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory, for ever and ever. 
Amen. 



The Apostles' Creed. 

I believe in God the Father Almighty, Maker of heaven and earth : 
And in Jesus Christ his only Son our Lord : Who was conceived by the 
Holy Ghost, Born of the Virgin Mary : Suffered under Pontius Pilate, Was 
crucified, dead, and buried : He descended into hell ; The third day he rose 
again from the dead : He ascended into heaven, And sitteth on the right hand 
of God the Father Almighty : From thence he shall come to judge the quick 
and the dead. 

I believe in the Holy Ghost : The holy Catholic Church ; The Communion 
of Saints : The Forgiveness of sins : The Resurrection of the body : And the 
Life everlasting. Amen. 

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PSALMS. 



Psalm 23. Domimts regit inc. 

HPHE Lord is my shepherd: there- 
•*■ fore can I lack nothing. 

2 He shall feed me in a green pas- 
ture : and lead me forth beside the 
waters of comfort. 

3 He shall convert my soul : and 
bring me forth in the paths of right- 
eousness for his Name's sake. 

4 Yea, though I walk through the 
valley of the shadow of death, I will 
fear no evil : for thou art with me ; thy 
rod and thy staff comfort me. 

5 Thou shalt prepare a table before 
me against them that trouble me : thou 
hast anointed my head with oil, and 
my cup shall be full. 

6 But thy loving-kindness and 
mercy shall follow me all the days of 
my life: and I will dwell in the house 
of the Lord for ever. 

Glory be to the Father, and to the 
Son : and to the Holy Ghost ; 

As it was in the beginning, is now, 
and ever shall be : world without end. 
Amen. 

Psalm 32. Bcati quorum. 

T3LESSED is he whose unrighteous- 
•*-' ness is forgiven : and whose sin 
is covered. 

2 Blessed is the man unto whom the 
Lord imputeth no sin: and in whose 
spirit there is no guile. 

3 For whilst I held my tongue : my 
bones consumed away through my 
daily complaining. 



4 For thy hand is heavy upon me 
day and night : and my moisture is 
like the drought in summer. 

5 I will acknowledge my sin unto 
thee : and mine unrighteousness have 
I not hid. 

6 I said, I will confess my sins unto 
the Lord: and so thou forgavest the 
wickedness of my sin. 

7 For this shall every one that is 
godly make his prayer unto thee, in 
a time when thou mayest be found : 
but in the great water-floods they shall 
not come nigh him. 

8 Thou art a place to hide me in ; 
thou shalt preserve me from trouble : 
thou shalt compass me about with 
songs of deliverance. 

9 I will inform thee, and teach thee 
in the way wherein thou shalt go : and 
I will guide thee with mine eye. 

10 Be ye not like to horse and mule 
which have no understanding: whose 
mouths must be held with bit and 
bridle, lest they fall upon thee. 

1 1 Great plagues remain for the un- 
godly : but whoso putteth his trust in 
the Lord, mercy embraceth him on 
every side. 

12 Be glad, O ye righteous, and 
rejoice in the Lord: and be joyful, all 
ye that are true of heart. 

Glory be to the Father, and to the 
Son : and to the Holy Ghost ; 

As it was in the beginning, is now, 
and ever shall be: world without end. 
Amen. 



201 



PSALMS. 



Psalm 42. Qucmadmodum. 

LIKE as the hart desireth the water- 
brooks : so longeth my soul after 
thee, O God. 

2 My soul is athirst for God, yea, 
even for the living God : when shall 
I come to appear before the presence 
of God? 

3 My tears have been my meat day 
and night : while they daily say unto 
me, Where is now thy God? 

4 Now when I think thereupon, I 
pour out my heart by myself : for I 
went with the multitude, and brought 
them forth into the house of God ; 

5 In the voice of praise and thanks- 
giving: among such as keep holy-day. 

6 Why art thou so full of heavi- 
ness, O my soul : and why art thou so 
disquieted within me? 

7 Put thy trust in God : for I will 
yet give him thanks for the help of his 
countenance. 

8 My God, my soul is vexed within 
me : therefore will I remember thee 
concerning the land of Jordan, and 
the little hill of Hermon. 

9 One deep calleth another, because 
of the noise of thy water-pipes : all thy 
waves and storms are gone over me. 

10 The Lord hath granted his lov- 
ing-kindness in the day-time : and in 
the night season did I sing of him, and 
made my prayer unto the God of my 
life. 

n I will say unto the God of my 
strength, Why hast thou forgotten 
me : why go 1 thus heavily, while the 
enemy oppresseth me? 

12 My bones are smitten asunder 
as with a sword: while mine enemies 
that trouble me cast me in the teeth; 

[3 Namely, while they say daily 
unto me: Where is now thy God? 

14 Why art thou so vexed, O my 
soul : and why art thou so disquieted 
within me? 



15 O put thy trust in God: for I 
will yet thank him, which is the help 
of my countenance, and my God. 

Glory be to the Father, and to the 
Son : and to the Holy Ghost ; 

As it was in the beginning, is now, 
and ever shall be : world without end. 
Amen. 

Psalm 46. Dcus noster refugium. 

GOD is our hope and strength : a 
very present help in trouble. 

2 Therefore will we not fear, 
though the earth be moved: and 
though the hills be carried into the 
midst of the sea.; 

3 Though the waters thereof rage 
and swell: and though the mountains 
shake at the tempest of the same. 

4 The rivers of the flood thereof 
shall make glad the city of God: the 
holy place of the tabernacle of the 
Most Highest. 

5 God is in the midst of her, there- 
fore shall she not be removed : God 
shall help her, and that right early. 

6 The heathen make much ado, and 
the kingdoms are moved: but God 
hath showed his voice, and the earth 
shall melt away. 

7 The Lord of hosts is with us : the 
God of Jacob is our refuge. 

8 O come hither, and behold the 
works of the Lord: what destruction 
he hath brought upon the earth. 

9 He maketh wars to cease in all 
the world : he breaketh the bow, and 
knappeth the spear in sunder, and 
burnetii the chariots in the fire. 

. 10 Be still then, and know that I 
am God : I will be exalted among the 
heathen, and I will be exalted in the 
earth. 

11 The Lord of hosts is with us: 
the God of Jacob is our refuge, 



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Glory be to the Father, and to the 
Son : and to the Holy Ghost; 

As it was in the beginning, is now, 
and ever shall be : world without end. 
Amen. 

Psalm 51. Miserere mei t Deus, 

TTAYE mercy upon me, O God, 
after thy great goodness : ac- 
cording to the multitude of thy mer- 
cies do away mine offences. 

2 Wash me thoroughly from my 
wickedness : and cleanse me from my 
sin. 

3 For I acknowledge my faults : 
and my sin is ever before me. 

4 Against thee only have I sinned, 
and done this evil in thy sight : that 
thou mightest be justified in thy say- 
ing, and clear when thou art judged. 

5 Behold, I was shapen in wicked- 
ness : and in sin hath my mother con- 
ceived me. 

6 But lo, thou requirest truth in the 
inward parts : and shalt make me to 
understand wisdom secretly. 

7 Thou shalt purge me with hyssop, 
and I shall be clean : thou shalt wash 
me, and I shall be whiter than snow. 

8 Thou shalt make me hear of joy 
and gladness : that the bones which 
thou hast broken may rejoice. 

9 Turn thy face from my sins: and 
put out all my misdeeds. 

10 Make me a clean heart, O God : 
and renew a right spirit within me. 



1 1 Cast me not away from thy pres- 
ence : and take not thy holy Spirit 
from me. 

12 O give me the comfort of thy 
help again: and stablish me with thy 
free Spirit. 

13 Then shall I teach thy ways unto 
the wicked: and sinners shall be con- 
verted unto thee. 

14 Deliver me from blood-guilti- 
ness, O God, thou that art the God of 
my health : and my tongue shall sing 
of thy righteousness. 

15 Thou shalt open my lips, O 
Lord: and my mouth shall show thy 
praise. 

16 For thou desirest no sacrifice, 
else would I give it thee : but thou de- 
lightest not in burnt-offerings. 

17 The sacrifice of God is a 
troubled spirit : a broken and contrite 
heart, O God, shalt thou not despise. 

18 O be favourable and gracious 
unto Sion : build thou the walls of 
Jerusalem. 

19 Then shalt thou be pleased with 
the sacrifice of righteousness, with the 
burnt-offerings and oblations: then 
shall they offer young bullocks upon 
thine altar. 

I ilory be to the Father, and to the 
Son : and to the Holy Ghost ; 

As it was in the beginning, is now, 
and ever shall be : world without end. 
Amen. 



203 



PSALMS. 



Psalm 67. Deus misercatur. 

GOD be merciful unto us, and bless 
us : and show us the light of his 
countenance, and be merciful unto us ; 

2 That thy way may be known up- 
on earth: thy saving health among all 
nations. 

3 Let the people praise thee, O 
God : yea, let all the people praise thee. 

4 O let the nations rejoice and be 
glad : for thou shalt judge the folk 
righteously, and govern the nations 
upon earth. 

5 Let the people praise thee, O 
God : yea, let all the people praise thee. 

6 Then shall the earth bring forth 
her increase : and God, even our own 
God, shall give us his blessing. 

7 God shall bless us: and all the 
ends of the world shall fear him. 

Glory be to the Father, and to the 
Son : and to the Holy Ghost ; 

As it was in the beginning, is now, 
and ever shall be : world without end. 
Amen. 



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Psalm 96. Cantate domino. 

SING unto the Lord anew song: 
sing unto the Lord, all the whole 
earth. 

2 Sing unto the Lord, and praise 
his Name: be telling of his salvation 
from day to day. 

3 Declare his honour unto the hea- 
then : and his wonders unto all peo- 
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4 For the Lord is great, and can- 
not worthily be praised: he is more 
to be feared than all gods. 

5 As for all the gods of the hea- 
then, they are but idols: but it is the 
Lord that made the heavens. 

6 Glory and worship are before 
him: power and honour are in his 
sanctuary. 

7 Ascribe unto the Lord, O ye kin- 
dreds of the people: ascribe unto the 
Lord worship and power. 

8 Ascribe unto the Lord the honour 
due unto his Name : bring presents, 
and come into his courts. . 

9 O worship the Lord in the beauty 
of holiness : let the whole earth stand 
in awe of him. 

10 Tell it out among the heathen, 
that the Lord is King: and that it is 
he who hath made the round world 
so fast that it cannot be moved; and 
how that he shall judge the people 
righteously. - 

11 Let the heavens rejoice, and let 
the earth be glad : let the sea make a 
noise, and all that therein is. 

12 Let the field be joyful, and all 
that is in it: then shall all the trees 
of the wood rejoice before the Lord. 

13 For he cometh, for he cometh to 
judge the earth: and with righteous- 
ness to judge the world, and the peo- 
ple with his truth. 

Glory be to the Father, and to the 
Son : and to the Holy Ghost ; 

As it was in the beginning, is now, 
and ever shall be : world without end. 
Amen. 



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TOPICAL INDEX 



NO. 

ABIDING IN CHRIST 

Abide With Me 2 

Dying With Jesus 47 

Lord, for To-morrow 9 

Safe in the Arms of Jesus. . 41 
Sun of My Soul, Thou.... 154 

ADVENT 

Come, Thou Long Expected 69 

Great God, what do I See.. 178 

Jesu, Thou art Standing. 140 

ASPIRATION 

1 Need Thee Every Hour.. 106 
Jesu. My Lord. My God... 7 
Lord. I hear of Showers. . . 168 
Lord Jesus, I long to be.. 130 
Oh, for a Closer Walk With 75 

ASSURANCE 

Blessed Assurance, Jesus is 11 

Tesu. Lover of Mv Soul.... 91 

The Mistakes of My Life.. 56 

AT SEA 
Eternal Father, Strong to.. 2C0 

ATONEMENT 

Beneath the Cross of Jesus 32 

Glorv be to Jesus 14 

Tust'as I Am, Without 147 

Rock of Ages, Cleft for Me 67 

There is a Green Hill 109 

When I Survey the 73 

BAPTISM (Holy) 
Mv Faith Looks up to Thee 146 

Go Forward, Christian 61 

Just as I Am, Without 147 

Must Jesus Bear the Cross 133 

Tesus, I Have Promised. 141 
Saviour Who Thy Flock... 198 

CHILDREN (For) 

Aneel Voices Ever Singing 48 

Brightly gleams Our Banner 190 

Carry the Standard bravely 191 

Coming, We are Coming... 196 

Fairest Lord Jesus 185 I 

Far off in a Manger 208 1 

Gentle Tesus, Meek and... 194 

1 Love to Tell the Story.. 34 

I Think When I Read 193 

Jesus Loves Even Me 209' 

. Tender Saviour 192 

Jesus. Tender Shepherd 211 

My Country, 'tis of Thee.. 167 

O Jesus, I Have Promised. 141 

Onward, Christian Soldiers. 117 

Safe in the Arms of 41 

Saviour, Like a Shepherd.. 199 

See the Shining Dew 207 

Sing Them Over Again... 54 

Stand up, Stand up for... 138 

There's a Friend for 189 

True-hearted, whole-hearted. 203 

We're Marching to Zion... 193 

What a Friend We have.. 50 



NO. 

When He Cometh 202 

Yield Not to Temptation.. 170 

CHRISTMAS 

Far off in a Manger 208 

Hark! the Herald Angels.. 122 

Little Town of Bethlehem 118 

Outside the Inn, in a 205 

Thou Didst Leave Thy 112 

CHURCH (The) 
Glorious Things of Thee are 137 

The Church's Ore 37 

We Love the Place, O God 84 

COMFORT— REST 

Come, Ye Disconsolate 15 

Come Ye Yourselves Apart 18 

COMMAND 

Go Forward. Christian 61 

Go, Labor On! Spend and.. 123 

Onward, Christian, Though 59 

Send the Light, O Send it. 179 

Stand up, Stand up, for... 138 

CONSECRATION 

Dving With Tesus 47 

1 Am Thine, Lord 13 

Tesus, and Shall it Ever.... 93 

O Jesus, I have Promised.. 141 

True hearted, whole hearted 203 

Je=us, I My Cross Have... 38 

Lord, Speak to Me 97 

Must Tesus Bear the Cross 133 

Take Mv Life and Let it Be 35 

Take Time to be Holv 66 

Thro' the Night of Doubt.. 43 

CROSS OF CHRIST (The) 
In the Cross of Christ I.. Ill 
Tesus. Keep Me Near the.. 125 
Must Jesus Bear the Cross 133 
When I Survey the 73 

DECISION 
Who is on the Lord's Side. 201 

EASTERTIDE 
All Hail the Power of Tesus' 17 
Bright shines the Easter Sun 197 
Christ the Lord is Risen.. 104 
Je=us, tender Shepherd, hear 211 

EPTPTI ANY 

Brightest and B^«t of the.. 30 

Fling Out the Banner! 165 

Hail to the Lord's Anointed 169 

EVENING— CLOSING 

Abide With Me 2 

All Praise to Thee, mv God 142 

God be With You. . . .' 1V2 

Holy Father, cheer Our Way 204 
Lord. Dismi-s Us With Thv 160 

Now the Day is Orer ". 174 

Sun of Mv Soul. Thou.... 154 

Tarrv With Me, O My... 

The Day Thou Gavest, Lord 144 

906 



NO. 

FATTII 

Faith of Our Fathers! 102 

How Firm a Foundation.. 12 

Jesus, My Saviour 173 

Just as I Am. Without One 147 

My Faith Looks Up to Thee 146 

Never be Sad or Desponding. 8 

O Holy Saviour, Friend... 152 

FELLOWSHIP WITH GOD 
Come Ye Yourselves Apart 18 
I've Fourd a Friend, Oh.. 81 

Holy Saviour, Friend... 152 
What a Friend We Have in 50 

FOLLOWING CHRIST 
Children of the Heavenly.. 105 
Go Forward, Christian 61 

1 Can Hear My Saviour... 65 

Tesus, I Have Promised 141 
The" Son of God Goes 49 

GIRLS' FRIENDLY 
Oh, Friend Divine, who left a 143 

GOOD SHEPHERD (The) 

1 Was a Wandering Sheep 113 
There Were Ninety and.... 55 

. GOSPEL (The) 
Fling Out the Banner! Let 165 
God is Working His Purpose 110 
I Love to Tell the Storv. . . 34 
I Will Sing the Wondrous 100 
Sing Them Over Again to 54 
Spread, O Spread, Thou. . 92 
Tell Me the Old, Old Story 71 
Throw Out the Life-Line. . 131 
Yet There is Room 158 

GRACE 
Come, Thou Fount of Every 28 

OUTDANCE 

Gently, Lord, O Gentlv Lead 166 

He Leadeth Me, Oh, Blessed 114 

Holy Spirit. Faithful Guide 25 

I Can Hear My Saviour. . . 65 

Tesus, Saviour.' Pilot Me.. 103 

Lead, Kindly Light 4 

Lead Us, Heavenly Father. 172 

Lord, for To-morrow and its 9 

HEAVEN 

Face to Face with Christ.. 23 
Glorious Things of Thee. . 137 
I Have Read of a Reautiful 36 
Tn the Christian's Home... 107 
I Will Sine You a Song... 98 

lent the Golden 5 

O Mother Dear, Jerusalem 115 

One Sweetly Solemn 180 

The Homeland! O the 79 

There is a Blessed Home.. 181 
There is a Land of Pure... 46 

HOLY BAPTISM 
Baptism) 



NO. 

HOLY COMMUNION 

And Now, O Father 24 

Bread of the World 135 

Break Thou the Bread of.. 99 

Jesu, Lover of My Soul.... 91 

Saving Victim 134 

HOLY SCRIPTURES 

Break Thou the Bread of.. 99 

How Firm a Foundation.. 12 

1 Love to Tell the Story... 34 
Sing Them Over Again to. 54 
Tell Me the Old, Old Story 71 

HOLY SPIRIT 

Breathe on Me, Breath of.. 151 

Come, Holy Spirit, Heavenly 58 

Come, Thou Holy Spirit... 27 

Come to Our Poor Nature's 87 

Holy Spirit, Faithful Guide 25 

HOLY WEEK 

Lamb of God, Still Keep 116 
Sweet the Moments, Rich in 72 
There is a Green Hill Far 109 
When I Survey the 73 

HOPE 

One Sweetly Solemn 180 

There is a Blessed Home.. 181 

Thro' the Night of Doubt.. 43 

INVITATION 

Art Thou Weary, Art Thou 78 

Call Them In! 26 

Come, Every Soul by Sin... 29 

Come Unto Me, Ye Weary 128 

Come Ye Yourselves Apart 18 

Hark, My Soul! It is the.. 89 

1 Can Hear My Saviour. ... 65 
I Heard the Voice of Jesus 127 
Jesus Calls Us; O'er the... 83 
Jesus, Gracious One, Calleth 80 
Jesus is Tenderly Calling. . 129 

Only a Step to Jesus 94 

Souls of Men, Why will Ye 53 

To-day Thy Mercy Calls Us 45 

What Means this Eager.... 70 

Why do You Wait, Dear.. 150 

JOY 

Mv Heart is Resting, O My 145 

Happy Day that Fixed My 124 
Thro' the Night of Doubt 43 

LENT 

Art Thou Weary, Art Thou 78 

Come Unto Me, Ye Weary 128 

Glory be to Jesus 14 

Hark, My Soul! It is the.. 89 

1 Heard the Voice of Jesus 127 

Tn the Hour of Trial 21 

Testis, and Shall it Ever be? 93 

Tust as I Am, Without One 147 

My Faith Looks Up to Thee 146 

Nearer, my God, to Thee. . 51 

O Holy Saviour, Friend... 152 
O Tesu, Thou art Standing 140 
O Lamb of God, Still Keep 116 

Onward, Christian, Though. 59 
Out of Mv Bondage, Sorrow 19 

Saviour, When in Dust to. . 156 
Sweet the Moments, Rich in 72 

The Mistakes of Mv Life.. 56 

There is a Green Hill Far.. 109 

'Tis Midnight; and on 108 

When I Survey the 73 

LOVE 

Jesus, My Lord, My God.. 7 
Tesu, the Very Thought of 64 

Love Divine, all Love 60 



TOPICAL INDEX 



More Love to Thee, O 95 

O Holy Saviour, Friend... 152 

Love that Wilt Not Let 33 

Thou Didst Leave Thy 112 

We Love the Place, O God 84 

Wider Than the Ocean 82 

MISSIONS 

Call Them In! 26 

Fling Out the Banner! 165 

From Greenland's Icy 171 

God is Working His Purpose 110 

Go, Labor on! Spend and. 123 

Hark, the Voice of Jesus. . 148 

1 Love to Tell the Story 34 

I Will Sing the Wondrous. 100 

Jesus Shall Reign Where'er 159 

Never a Day Nears its 139 

Onlv a Step to Tesus 94 

S'ion, Haste, Thy Mission 20 

Rescue the Perishing 44 

Send the Light, O Send it 179 

Souls in Heathen Darkness 164 

Spread, O Spread, Thou 92 

The Morning Light is 77 

The Whole Wide World 163 

Throw Out. the Life-Line.. 131 

Yet There is Room 158 

MORNING 

Holy, Holy, Holy! Lord God 126 

The Morning Light is 77 

When Morning Gilds the.. 42 

NATIONAL 

My Country, 'tis of Thee.. 167 

PRAISE 

All Hail the Power of Jesus' 17 

All Praise to Thee, My God 142 

Angel Voices, Ever Singing 48 

Children of the Heavenly.. 105 

Come Thou Fount of 28 

Daily, Daily Sing the 16 

Hail to the Lord's Anointed 169 

Holy, Holy, Holy! Lord God 126 

How Sweet the Name of. . 120 

Oh, for a Thousand Tongues 76 

Praise God from Whom all 1 

Praise Him! Praise Him!.. 86 

Praise to the Holiest 161 

When Morning Gilds the... 42 

PRAYER 

Approach, My Soul, the 88 

Breathe on Me, Breath of.. 151 

Father, Hear Thy Children's 157 

Father, Whate'er of Earthly 153 

From Every Stormy Wind. 96 

1 Have a Saviour 10 

I Need Thee Every Hour . . 106 

Jesus, My Saviour, Look.. 173 

Lord, I Hear of Showers. . 168 

Mv Father, This I Ask of 3 

O Lamb of God Most Lowly 175 

Pass Me Not, O Gentle 85 

Saviour, More Than Life.. 155 

Sweet Hour of Prayer 74 

REFUGE 

From Everv Stormv Wind.. 96 

Tie Who Safely Keepeth.. 119 

Tesu, Lover of Mv Soul.... 91 

Mv Hope is Built on 52 

O God, Our Help in Ages.. 176 

Rock of Ages, Cleft for Me 67 

Safe in the Arms of Jesus 41 

REPENTANCE 

Father, Hear Thy Children's 157 

Tust as I Am, Without One 147 

O Jesu, Thou art Standing 140 

Out of My Bondage, Sorrow 19 

The Mistakes of My Life.. 56 

206 



NO. 

RESCUE 

Brightly Beams Our 31 

Never a Day Nears its 139 

Rescue the Perishing 44 

Throw Out the Life-Line. . 131 

RESURRECTION 

Christ the Lord is Risen. ... 104 
In the Christian's Home... 107 

SAINTS (The) 
For all the Saints 90 

SALVATION 

Beneath the Cross of Jesus 32 
There Were Ninety and... 55 

SOCIAL SERVICE 
Approach Ye, Approach.... 186 

Our Lord, He was a 184 

Soldiers of the Cross 210 

The Fathers Built This... 188 

The Son of God Christ 183. 

When Wilt Thou Save 187 

SUBMISSION 

He Leadeth Me, Oh, Blessed 114 

O Holy Saviour. Friend... 152 

O Tesu, Thou art Standing. 140 

Love That Wilt Not Let 33 

TEMPERANCE 
Throw Out the Life-Line.. 131 
Yield Not to Temptation.. 170 

TEMPTATION— TRIAL 

In the Hour of Trial 21 

Tesu, Master, King of Glory 6 
Yield Not to Temptation.. 170 

TRIAL 
(See Temptation) 

TRUST 

Come, Every Soul by Sin.. 29 

1 am Trusting Thee 206 

Tesu, Lover of My Soul... 91 

Tust as I Am, Without 147 

My Plope is Built on 52 

Never be Sad or Desponding 8 

Peace, Perfect Peace 68 

Rock of Ages, Cleft for Me 67 

Saviour, More than Life... 155 

Simply Trusting Every Day 62 

To-day Thy Mercy Calls Us 45 

While Thee I Seek 40 

WARFARE 
Breast the Wave, Christian 22 
Fight the Good Fight with 101 

Forth to the Fight, ye 136 

Go Forward, Christian.... 61 
My Soul, Be On Thy Guard 132 
Onward, Christian Soldiers. 117 
Stand up, Stand up, for.... 138 
The Son of God Goes Forth 49 

WHITSUNTIDE 
(See Holy Spirit) 

WORK 

Awake, My Soul, Stretch.. 121 

Breast the Wave, Christian 22 

Call Them In! 26 

Go, Labor On! Spend and.. 123 

Hark! the Voice of Jesus.. 148 

Stand up, Stand up, for.... 138 

Work, for the Night is 39 

WORSHIP 
All Praise to Thee, My God 142 
Come, Thou Almighty King 149 
Holy, Holy, Holy! Lord God 126 
I Need Thee Every Hour.. 106 



INDEX OF FIRST LINES 



Numbers in parenthesis refer to the Church Hymnal 



Abide with me: fast falls the (12) 2 

All hail the power of Jesus' (450) 17 

All praise to Thee, my God (18) 142 

And now. O Father, mindful. ... (228) 24 

Angel voices ever singing (304) 48 

Approach, my soul, the mercy.. (652) 88 

Approach ye, approach ye 186 

Art thou weary, art thou (342) 78 

Awake, my soul, stretch every. .. (503) 121 

Beneath the cross of Jesus 32 

Blessed assurance, Jesus is mine 11 

Blest be the tie that binds (672) 162 

Bread of the world in mercy (225) 135 

Break Thou the bread of life 99 

Breast the wave. Christian (656)^ 22 

Breathe on me, breath of God '151 

Bright shines the Easter sun 197 

Brightest and best of the sons of. . (66) 30 
Brightly beams our Father's mercy. ... 31 
Brightly gleams our banner (515) 190 

Call them in ! the poor, the (619) 26 

Carrv the standard bravelv 191 

Children of the heavenly King. . (452) 105 

Christmas has come 205 

Christ the Lord is risen today. .. (Ill) 104 

Come, every soul by sin oppressed.... 29 

Come, Holy Spirit, heavenly (377) 58 

Come. Thou almighty King .... (388) 149 

Come, Thou Fount of every blessing.. 28 

Come. Thou Holy Spirit, come.. (378) 27 

Come, Thou long expected Jesus (48) 69 

Come to our poor nature's night. (135) 87 

Come unto Me. ye weary (437) 128 

Come we that love the Lord 195 

Come, ye disconsolate (637) 15 

Come ye yourselves apart 18 

Coming, coming, we are coming 196 

Daily, daily sing the praises 16 

Dying with Jesus by death reckoned.. 47 

Easter Carol 197 

Eternal Father! strong to save.. (306) 200 



Face to face with Christ my Saviour.. 

Fairest Lord Jesus 

Faith of our fathers ; living still 

Far off in a manger, no crib 

Father, hear Thy children's call. . (529) 
Father, whate'er of earthly bliss (670) 
Fight the good fight with all thy. (505 | 

Fling out the banner! let it '. . (253 ) 

For all the saints who from. ... (176) 
Forth to the fight, ye ransomed 



23 
185 

102 
2 - 

153 
101 
105 
90 
136 



Friend Divine, who left a throne 143 

From every stormy wind that. . . . ( 4iS 1 ) 96 
From Greenland's icy mountains. (254) 171 

Gentle Jesus meek and mild 194 

Gently, Lord, O gently lead us 166 

Gloria in Excelsis 212 

Glorious things of thee are (490) 137 

Glory be to God on high 212 

Glory be to Jesus (362) 14 

Go forward. Christian soldier. .. (510) 61 

Go, labour on ! spend and be spent (584) 123 

God be with you till we meet again 182 

God is working His purpose out 110 

Great God, what do I see and (37) 178 

Hail to the Lord's anointed (323) 169 

Hark, my soul! It is the Lord 89 

Hark! the herald angels sing (51) 122 

Hark! the voice of Jesus crying 148 

He leadeth me! O blessed (616) 114 

He Who safely keepeth 119 

Holy Father cheer our way (9) 204 

Holy, Holv, Holy. Lord God.... (383) 126 

Holy Spirit, faithful Guide 25 

How firm a foundation, ye (636) 12 

How sweet the Name of Jesus. . . (433) 120 

I am so glad that our Father 209 

I am Thine, O Lord, I have heard 13 

I am trusting Thee, Lord Jesus 206 

I can hear my Saviour calling 65 

I have a Saviour, He's pleading 10 

I have read of a beautiful city 36 

I heard the voice of Jesus say... (673) 127 

I love to tell the story ' 34 

I need Thee every hour (602) 1C6 

I think when I read that (562) 193 

I was a wandering sheep 113 

I will sing the wondrous story 100 

I will sing you a song ' 98 

In the Christian's home in glory 107 

In the cross of Christ I glory. . . * (359) 1 1 1 

In the hour of trial (340) 21 

I've found a Friend! O, such 81 



Jerusalem, the golden 



(408) 



Jesu, Lover of my soul (335) 91 

Jesu, Master. King of Glory 6 

Jesu, my Lord, my God. my all.. (600) 7 
Jesu, the very thought of thee.. (434) 

Jesus, and shall it ever be (597) 

Jesus calls us; o'er the tumult. .( 143 j 

5, gracious One, calleth 

Jesus. I my cross have taken.... 
Jesus is tenderly calling thee home. . . . 



64 
93 
83 
80 
38 
129 



207 



INDEX OF FIRST LINES 



Jesus, keep me near the cross 125 

Jesus loves even me 209 

Jesus, my Saviour, look on me.. (341) 173 

Jesus, Saviour, pilot me 103 

Jesus shall reign where'er the (261) 159 

Jesus, tender Saviour 192 

Jesus, tender Shepherd, hear me. (534) 211 
Just as I am, without one plea. . . (606) 147 

Lead, kindly Light, amid (423) 4 

Lead us, heavenly Father, lead us (421) 172 

Lord, dismiss us with Thy blessing (34) 160 

Lord, for tomorrow and its needs.... 9 

Lord, I hear of showers of.... (589) 168 

Lord Jesus, I long to be perfectly 130 

Lord, speak to me, that I may.. (586) 97 

Love divine, all love excelling. . (432) 60 

More love to Thee, O Christ. . . . (654) 95 

Must Jesus bear the cross alone 133 

My country, 'tis of thee 167 

My faith looks up to Thee (345) 146 

My Father, this I ask of Thee 3 

My heart is resting, O my God 145 

My hope is built on nothing less. (622) 52 

My soul, be on thy guard (504) 132 

Nearer, my God, to Thee (344) 51 

Never a day nears its sunset 139 

Never be sad or desponding 8 

Now the day is over (535) 174 

O God, our help in ages past. . . . (418) 176 

O happy day that fixed my choice 124 

O Holy Saviour, Friend unseen. (610) 152 

O Jesu, Thou art standing (357) 140 

O Jesus, I have promised (615) 141 

O Lamb of God most lowly 175 

O Lamb of God, still keep me.. (363) 116 

O little town of Bethlehem (58) 118 

O love that wilt not let me go 33 

O mother dear, Jerusalem (403) 115 

O saving Victim (227) 134 

O Sion, haste thy mission high.. (249) 20 
Oh, for a closer walk with God. . (660) 75 
Oh, for a thousand tongues to. . . (440) 76 

Oh, Friend Divine who left a 143 

One sweetly solemn thought (676) 180 

Only a step to Jesus. 94 

Onward, Christian soldiers (516) 117 

Onward, Christian! tho' the (620) 59 

Our Lord, He was a Carpenter 184 

Out of my bondage, sorrow and 19 

Outside the Inn, in a low manger.... 205 

Pass me not, O gentle Saviour 85 

Peace, perfect peace (674) 68 

Praise God. from whom all 1 

Praise Him ! Praise Him ! 86 

Praise to the Holiest in the (453) 161 



Rescue the perishing 44 

Rock of Ages, cleft for me (336) 67 



Safe in the arms of Jesus 41 

Saviour, like a Shepherd lead us. (573) 199 

Saviour, more than life to me 155 

Saviour, when in dust to Thee (89) 156 

Saviour, Who Thy flock art (207) 198 

See the shining dew drops 207 

Send the light, O send it quickly 179 

Shall we meet beyond the river 63 

Simply trusting every day 62 

Sing them over again to me 54 

Sleep on, beloved, sleep 177 

Soldiers of the Cross arise (581) 210 

Souls in heathen darkness lying.. (256) 164 
Souls of men, why will ye scatter?... 53 

Spread, O spread, thou mighty 92 

Stand up, stand up for Jesus (582) 138 

Sun of my soul, Thou Saviour. .. (11) 154 

Sweet hour of prayer ! 74 

Sweet the moments, rich in (104) 72 

Take my life and let it be 35 

Take time to be holy 66 

Tarry with me, O my Saviour. .. (642) 57 

Tell me the old, old Story 71 

The Church's one foundation (491) 37 

The day Thou gavest, Lord, is 144 

The Fathers built this City 188 

The Homeland! O the Homeland 79 

The mistakes of my life have been. ... 56 
The morning light is breaking. .. (252) 77 

The Son of God, Christ Jesus 183 

The Son of God goes forth to. . . (507) 49 

The whole wide world for Jesus 163 

There is a blessed home (679) 181 

There is a green hill far away... (544) 109 
There is a land of pure delight. . (678) 46 

There were ninety and nine 55 

There's a Friend for little (553) 189 

Thou didst leave Thy throne. .. (319) 112 
Thro' the night of doubt and. . . . (521) 43 

Throw out the life-line. 131 

'Tis midnight and on Olive's brow 108 

Today Thy mercy calls us (590) 45 

True-hearted, whole-hearted 203 

We are coming 196 

We love the place, O God (484) 84 

We're marching to Zion 195 

What 3. friend we have in Jesus 50 

What means this eager, anxious 70 

When He cometh 202 

When I survey the wondrous. ... (101) 73 

When morning gilds the skies. . . (445) 42 

When wilt Thou save the people 187 

While Thee I seek, protecting. .. (671) 40 

Who is on the Lord's side 201 

Why do you wait, dear brother 150 

Wider than the ocean, deeper 82 

Work, for the night is coming. . . (583) 39 



Yet there is room 158 

Yield not to temptation 170 

208